EveryPass is a very useful password manager software for windows. It lets you store login details to websites, and other sensitive data that you want to store. This password manager comes as a HTML file, and can be opened in any web browser on any device. You can password protect it by providing one master password. This password manager stores all the data using AES 256 encryption, which makes it difficult for someone to decrypt your data, without knowing your master password.
Now, there are already many free password managers around, with advanced ones like LastPass that work on multiple devices, have online sync, and automatically login to websites. But, EveryPass password manager does not have any of those features. It just stores your passwords, encrypts them, and protects them with a password. But I still like it, and probably, better than other advanced password managers. Why? Let’s see.
The biggest problem I see with other password managers is that if someone hacks into their servers, they will get acccess to data of everyone. And that is a scary scenario for me. I would rather keep my sensitive data to myself, knowing that I am not such an important person for hackers that they would personally take pains to hack into my data. And that is why EveryPass is for me.
The biggest advantage of EveryPass is that it is very small in size (just 70KB). And it is portable. So, I can just carry it around in a Flash Drive, plug in the Flash Drive to any PC, run the HTML file of the program, provide master password, and get access to my data.
Better still, I can store EveryPass in a online file storage service, like, Google Drive or Dropbox. This means that on any device I have access to these services, I will have access to my data. Now, you might say that I just explained why I don’t want to store my passwords online; and now I am saying that I can store it in online file storage service. There is a good reason for that. If someone does hacks into an online file storage service, they might get access to my EveryPass file; but that is further encrypted by my master password. Again, being a very non-important person, I doubt someone will make an effort to specifically figure out what that HTML file is for, then hack into it. So, I feel I will be fairly safe.
I hope I have justified my case that why I like this free portable password manager. Now, let’s move on to see how to use it.
EveryPass is a free password manager software for windows. It lets you store login details (user name and password) in it. EveryPass uses AES 256 encryption standard. This is a very secure encyrption standard. This is the same encryption standard which bank and defence agencies use for protecting their data. For running EveryPass internet is not required. It is compatible with Smartphones, Tablets and PC. You can store unlimited number of accounts with this software. For unlocking your passwords you need to provide the correct password. You only need to remember a single password.
EveryPass keeps your login details (user name and password) secure. It works very fast. It has a simple and intuitive user interface. EveryPass is a open source software.
Let’s take a look at its main interface where you can store your login details.
How To Use This Free Password Manager?
Download this freeware from the link given at the end of this review. It is very tiny, less than 70 KB in size. It is available in the form of a HTML file. You can easily save it to your computer hard disk, USB Flash drive, SkyDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox or your phone. Everypass opens in a web browser.Just Click on “Add” button at right to add your login details one by one. You can also provide password hint if you wish.
EveryPass stores all of your passwords in a HTML file. For viewing your passwords, just open the EveryPass and type your master password there and click on “Decrypt” Button.
Key Features of this Password Manager Software:
- Everypass is a simple and cool application for storing passwords of multiple accounts.
- EveryPass is a freeware.
- It is a open source software.
- EveryPass is less than 70 KB in size.
- EveryPass is a light weight software.
- It has a simple and attractive user interface.
- Everypass is very easy to use.
- EveryPass is compatilble with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10.
- It uses AES 256 standard to encrypt file.
- You need to provide a master password for accessing all of your passwords.
- EveryPass is a portable software.
- EveryPass does not require any type of installation.
- You can easily save it to your hard disk, USB flash drive, SkyDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox and Smartphone.
Eveypass is a useful and free password manager software. It efficiently manages all of your passwords in one single place. EveryPass is a simple password manager and it easily works on your pc. EveryPass opens in a web browser. EveryPass is portable. You can easily carry it in a hard disk, USB flash drive, SkyDrive, Go0gle Drive, Dropbox and Smartphone. This is easy to use and a cool application. I would recommended this software to all of my readers. Try EveryPass and share your experiences with me.